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There is a sweet fire of passion
Raging inside you,
Burning flames behind your eyes,
And the breath is pumping in my chest
Like a terrible reckoning
As you urge my legs to rise
And my tongue to speak a little
Of the vast universe growing
In your cage of skin.

We are cages of skin,
With tiny universes held within
Stars and galaxies expanding at the speed of light
Threatening the boundaries of hair and limbs.
We are more than just these corporeal forms:
Spirits, our minds greater than
The material bodies we occupy,
We are of the stars
In the vast and limitless beyond.

"
Ahunnaya— “‘We Are, Each of Us a Little Universe’” (via ahunnaya)

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vacilandoelmundo:

“So you’re made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet, celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?”

―Neil deGrasse Tyson

These photos are on the shortlist for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014, a competition and exhibition run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich. The winning images will be posted here on September 18.

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"We have two ears and one tongue but we act as if we have two tongues and no ears."
Sh. Abu Abdissalam (via islamicrays)

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archatlas:

Top Ten Most Amazing Buildings in the World That Haven’t Been Built! [via]

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zitterberg:

Isaak Ilitsch Lewitan, Over Eternal Tranquility, 1894

zitterberg:

Isaak Ilitsch Lewitan, Over Eternal Tranquility, 1894

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mysavageheart:


A bath tub cut out of a large single piece of Quartz Crystal.

Need.

Would never go out of that ish

mysavageheart:

A bath tub cut out of a large single piece of Quartz Crystal.

Need.

Would never go out of that ish

(via cosmicmeditations)

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4ngelw4ve:

myllycentninja:

glittertomb:

Osamu Watanabe

OUR LADY OF PASTELLE OUCHERE #DREAMZ #VISIONS

#ANGELWAVE

4ngelw4ve:

myllycentninja:

glittertomb:

Osamu Watanabe

OUR LADY OF PASTELLE OUCHERE #DREAMZ #VISIONS

#ANGELWAVE

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santmat:

7 Key Practices of Sant Mat Spirituality and Mysticism, by Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj
 In these four parts of Satsang Yoga there is an extensive elaboration of the following subjects: Jiva (individual soul), Braham (Supreme God), Prakrti (Nature) Bandha and Moksha (bondage and release), the realization of the Supreme Sovereign God and the importance of moral conduct of behavior, etc. God is realized in one’s own self, therefore, the inner practice (meditation) is absolutely essential. Within the work is depicted the systematic practices of Manas Jap [Simran, Zikhr], Manas Dhyan, Drishti Yoga [Inner Vision/Light], and Surat-Shabda-Yoga [Inner Hearing/Sound] through which the Supreme Sovereign is realized. In addition, the work prescribes moral rectitude or leaving the acts of untruth, stealing, use of intoxicating drugs, violence, and adultery.
 We can summarize the essence of this work in the words of our great Master Maharishi Mehi:
 “In these four parts of Satsang-Yoga, the practice of devotion and striving for Liberation require seven means which are of paramount importance:
 1) Satsang (association with the Saints which includes the study of their writings and Scriptures),
 2) selfless service of the spiritual Master [seva],
 3) extreme love for God [Bhakti],
 4) moral rectitude,
 5) purity of the heart,
 6) Japa (repetition of the Divine name [simran/zikhr/manas jap]) and
 7) Dhyana (meditation). In the practice of meditation — both gross and subtle meditations are described. In subtle meditation — the meditation of the bindu (point) — the meditation of Light — Drishti Yoga (the Yoga of vision) and Nadanusandhana (the meditation of Sound) — Surat-Shabda-Yoga (the Yoga of Sound) are described.”
— Light and Sound on the Path (Path of the Masters, Inner Light and Sound, Sant Mat, Radhasoami): http://SantMatRadhasoami.Blogspot.com

santmat:

7 Key Practices of Sant Mat Spirituality and Mysticism, by Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj


In these four parts of Satsang Yoga there is an extensive elaboration of the following subjects: Jiva (individual soul), Braham (Supreme God), Prakrti (Nature) Bandha and Moksha (bondage and release), the realization of the Supreme Sovereign God and the importance of moral conduct of behavior, etc. God is realized in one’s own self, therefore, the inner practice (meditation) is absolutely essential. Within the work is depicted the systematic practices of Manas Jap [Simran, Zikhr], Manas Dhyan, Drishti Yoga [Inner Vision/Light], and Surat-Shabda-Yoga [Inner Hearing/Sound] through which the Supreme Sovereign is realized. In addition, the work prescribes moral rectitude or leaving the acts of untruth, stealing, use of intoxicating drugs, violence, and adultery.


We can summarize the essence of this work in the words of our great Master Maharishi Mehi:


“In these four parts of Satsang-Yoga, the practice of devotion and striving for Liberation require seven means which are of paramount importance:


1) Satsang (association with the Saints which includes the study of their writings and Scriptures),


2) selfless service of the spiritual Master [seva],


3) extreme love for God [Bhakti],


4) moral rectitude,


5) purity of the heart,


6) Japa (repetition of the Divine name [simran/zikhr/manas jap]) and


7) Dhyana (meditation). In the practice of meditation — both gross and subtle meditations are described. In subtle meditation — the meditation of the bindu (point) — the meditation of Light — Drishti Yoga (the Yoga of vision) and Nadanusandhana (the meditation of Sound) — Surat-Shabda-Yoga (the Yoga of Sound) are described.”


— Light and Sound on the Path (Path of the Masters, Inner Light and Sound, Sant Mat, Radhasoami): http://SantMatRadhasoami.Blogspot.com

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"I’m half child half ancient."
Bjork on her age (via mertseger)

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